The first Ubuntu Cloud Summit, hosted by Canonical and Redmonk, takes place in Oakland, California on May 8th and the speakers are now confirmed. It promises to be a riveting day for anyone interested in cloud strategy. If you haven’t secured your ticket yet, there’s still time – but hurry. They are disappearing fast.
Presenting on the day will be:
– Mark Shuttleworth, Founder of Ubuntu
– Kyle MacDonald, Director of Cloud, Canonical
– Stephen O’Grady, Principal Analyst & Co-founder, RedMonk
– John Purrier, Vice President of Cloud Infrastructure, HP
– Randy Bias, CTO, CloudScaling
– Patrick Chanezon, Senior Director of Developer Relations, VMware
– Robbie Williamson, Director of Ubuntu Server Engineering, Canonical
The day will cover the role of open-source software in cloud computing, some lessons from real world cloud deployments and an examination of how the cloud technologies in Ubuntu – including OpenStack, MAAS and Juju – come together to form an open cloud.
We’d love the chance to meet you there. To find out more and to book your place, go to http://uds.ubuntu.com/cloud-summit/
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